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Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. fired its Washington bureau chief late Monday after the reporter publicly objected to the company's plan to air a documentary attacking Sen. John Kerry's anti-Vietnam war activities this week.
Spencer Michels reports on what's being done to insure voting integrity on Election Day. Then, Gwen Ifill is joined by two experts for a closer look at U.S. voting systems.
Kwame Holman looks at the day's news from the campaign trail. President Bush made a campaign stop in Florida, while Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., traveled to Pennsylvania…
Margaret Warner leads a discussion on the issue of Social Security in the presidential race with two independent analysts.
South Carolina Senate candidates Democrat Inez Tenenbaum and Republican Rep. Jim DeMint met for the first time on the national stage over the weekend, debating Sunday on NBC's Meet the Press.
Two weeks before Hoosiers cast their vote for governor they had another chance Sunday night to watch their candidates in a heated exchange over negative campaigning, the pharmaceutical industry and change for Indiana.
The top negotiator in Fallujah peace talks with the Iraqi government said dialogue would remain suspended, despite his release Monday by U.S. authorities as an apparent bid to resume talks to end the fighting in the major insurgent stronghold.
Gwen Ifill moderates a discussion between two policy analysts about each presidential candidate's approach to the war on terror. Gwen Ifill discusses the two candidate's stance on the issue of terrorism with two policy analysts.
A look at the issue of terrorism in the presidential election of 2004. A background report on the issue of terrorism in the presidential election.
Jim Lehrer talks with Ray Suarez, who is reporting from Florida, about the first day of early voting in the hotly contested state.
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